Jordan’s insurance market continues to grow amid challenges from unprofitable mandatory motor business, declining capital adequacy and regulatory uncertainty, along with regional unrest on its borders, according to a new Best’s Speci
Jordanian and Saudi businessmen are considering setting up of a joint project for a low-cost airline, a report said.
The joint airline will link Jordan and Saudi Arabia, Saudi-Jordanian Businessmen Council chairman Mohammad Al Aud
Jaguar Land Rover has planned to unveil the Jaguar XE early next month in Jordan.
The new Jaguar XE, which will be revealed on September 8 in London, will showcase lightweight construction expertise and sophisticated chassis technology
Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government (MBRSG), a research and teaching institution focusing on public policy in the Arab world, has signed a MoU with the Jordanian Ministry of Public Sector Development and Jordanian Institute of Public Admini
Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) in Amman, Jordan, recorded a 5.6 per cent increase in passenger traffic in July which rose to 578,026 compared to the same period last year.
In continuation of its positive traffic growth tr
He had a good job and a loving family, but it wasn't enough for a 25-year old Jordanian who abandoned his life of privilege in Amman to join the Islamic State group that has seized swathes of neighbouring Iraq and Syria.
Leading global online food delivery marketplace ‘hellofood’ has launched a scholarship scheme to cultivate the spirit of leadership and entrepreneurship among Jordan’s university students.
The hellofood Excellenc
Samsung Electronics has launched its new washing machine WW8000 in the Jordanian market which offers families with high performance, energy efficiency and laundry care, all housed in an elegant crystal blue design.
Speaking at the
Amman-based Central Electricity Generating Company (CEGCO) has signed a collective labour agreement (CLA) with the Electricity Workers Union in Jordan, settling all their demands.
As per the deal, CEGCO has agreed to grant all emp
Jordan’s Ministry of Water and Irrigation plans to build a new $45 million wastewater pipeline to transport sewage from Zarqa Governorate and parts of Amman to Al Samra Wastewater Treatment Plant, said a report.
The new pipe